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The Functions of Films for Children as Learning Media in Children's Education Dyani Prades Pratiwi; Roma Kyo Kae Saniro; Andina Meutia Hawa
MUKADIMAH: Jurnal Pendidikan, Sejarah, dan Ilmu-ilmu Sosial Vol 7, No 1 (2023)
Publisher : Prodi Pendidikan Sejarah Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Islam Sumatera

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30743/mkd.v7i1.6528

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Children's interest in learning should be continuously enhanced. Selecting suitable learning media is very important to support the increased interest in learning. A film can be one of the learning media that offers advantages for achieving a quality children's education process. This study aims to discuss the functions of films for children in children's education. The method used is descriptive qualitative with literary studies techniques. The study results show that there are three functions of films for children as learning media, namely film as a media for language learning, film as a media for character building, and film as a media for introducing multiculturalism. Film can stimulate children's imagination so that children can think actively and creatively. However, the functions of films are inseparable from the role of parents and teachers in selecting films and methods or techniques for presenting films so that children remain active learners.
Aktivitas Event Sastra melalui Pameran Manuskrip Minangkabau dan Produk Industri Kreatif oleh SURI Septiara Hanifa; Roma Kyo Kae Saniro
Puitika Vol 19, No 1 (2023)
Publisher : Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/puitika.v19i1.183

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A descriptive research method with a philological approach is used in this study. Field study methodologies and literature research were used to collect data. The article will explain the illumination of manuscripts through the formulation of the problem, which includes the understanding of SURI, the Relationship between Literary Event Activities and the Purpose of Forming a Creative Industry from SURI, the Exhibition of Manuscripts and Creative Products of the SURI Industry as a Form of Tourism Literary Event Activities, and the meaning behind the illumination of manuscripts contained in SURI products. The goal of this article is to understand and know that the SURI exhibition may be used as a valuable event activity involving tourism, as well as to explain why there are still many manuscripts that have not been researched about the meanings and philosophies in West Sumatra. The findings of this study are theoretical in terms of the research hypotheses proposed, as well as practical in terms of revealing how the literary activities, as well as the philosophy and meaning behind the illumination of Minangkabau manuscripts in West Sumatra.
KONSTRUKSI IDENTITAS SEKELOMPOK MAHASISWA SASTRA INDONESIA UNIVERSITAS ANDALAS MELALUI KEGIATAN MINUM KOPI: TINJAUAN CULTURAL STUDIES Andina Meutia Hawa; Dyani Prades Pratiwi; Roma Kyo Kae Saniro
Jurnal Bahastra Vol 7, No 2 (2023)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30743/bahastra.v7i2.6911

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This paper discusses how the identity of a group of students from the Indonesian Literature Study Program at Andalas University, Padang, is constructed through drinking coffee in a coffee shop. Drinking coffee is one activity that is being loved by young people, especially amidst the massive emergence of coffee shops in various parts of the city of Padang. The number of coffee shops in the city of Padang influences the people's culture of drinking coffee. According to Baudrillard's theory of hyperreality, drinking coffee does not only contain use and exchange values, but also contains sign and symbolic values. The activity of drinking coffee is not just quenching thirst and delaying sleepiness, but is also done for the purpose of having fun and strengthening identity. In addition, there is an act of looking at each other and being seen between male students and female students in their behavior drinking coffee in coffee shops. Through filling out a questionnaire conducted by a group of students, it was shown that visiting coffee shops did not necessarily give rise to coffee connoisseurs, but rather as a form of lifestyle for early subjects and popular cultural practices, visiting coffee shops was shown as a fun activity, as well as strengthening one's identity in the world. virtual and real world.
Event Sastra Festival Temu Penyair Asia Tenggara II di Padang Panjang sebagai Potensi Pariwisata Roma Kyo Kae Saniro; Andina Meutia Hawa; Donny Eros; Pramono Pramono
MUKADIMAH: Jurnal Pendidikan, Sejarah, dan Ilmu-ilmu Sosial Vol 7, No 2 (2023)
Publisher : Prodi Pendidikan Sejarah Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Islam Sumatera

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30743/mkd.v7i2.7847

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This research aims to explore the literary event, theTemu Penyair Asia Tenggara II (TPAT) or Southeast Asian Poets Gathering II, as a potential tourism attraction. The background of this study lies in the existence of various literary festivals across the archipelago that have the potential to boost tourism, yet remain unknown to the wider public. One such event is held in Padang Panjang. This research investigates the impact of visitors' experiences on their return visits to the city where the festival takes place. The methodology employed in this research is a mixed-method approach, combining quantitative and qualitative methods. Quantitative methods were used to collect data through a survey questionnaire distributed to 14 respondents, covering 10 key indicators. Subsequently, the questionnaire data was processed using qualitative descriptive analysis with a focus on literary tourism. The research corpus is the TPAT II festival held in Padang Panjang, West Sumatra. Data collection involved distributing questionnaires to 14 correspondents, addressing 10 specific indicators. The research process included data collection through field surveys. The collected data was then processed and analyzed to reveal the literary event's potential as a tourism attraction, employing literary tourism perspectives. The findings of this research indicate that visitors perceive literature and tourism, as showcased in the festival held in Padang Panjang, positively. This perception leads to a desire among visitors to return to Padang Panjang. Visitor satisfaction is anticipated to serve as a model for organizing other festivals, acting as promotional platforms for lesser-known places or tourist destinations, thereby contributing to sustainable tourism. Consequently, regions hosting TPAT II events are expected to become tourism assets for Padang Panjang.
Peningkatan Kesantunan Berbahasa Indonesia: Tulis dan Lisan dalam Literasi di SMPN 43 Padang Roma Kyo Kae Saniro; M. Yusuf; Alex Darmawan; Syafril Syafril; Rizky Amelya Furqan; Aslinda Aslinda
Warta Pengabdian Andalas Vol 30 No 4 (2023)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (LPPM) Universitas Andalas

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25077/jwa.30.4.588-598.2023

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The activity aimed to improve the language skills of SMPN 43 Padang students, both written and verbal, in writing letters. It was considered necessary due to problems arising from the impoliteness of some students of junior high school in both oral and written communication for both formal and non-formal situations. The method used in this community service was participatory, planned by the Study Program of Indonesian Literature lecturer of Universitas Andalas. Furthermore, the team visited the service centre through observation and communication with SMPN 43 Padang teachers to look for problems and solutions related to language politeness in the school. After that, the team and teachers collaborated by compiling an agenda for implementing the engagement service. During the implementation stage, the material was presented, followed by the active participation of students through oral and written communication practices. In the final stage, an evaluation was conducted to formulate the main problems and assess subsequent developments after the community service activities. Based on the review carried out through an analysis of student work results, in the form of a comparison before and after receiving the material and engaging in writing practice, this service increased students' Indonesian politeness.